Free Education and Teaching Music in France

The Go Overseas recent post, How to Study in France for Free, written by Allison Lounes, caught my attention. Many  had read my earlier post about Germany the Land of Free Education, and as a matter of fact, it still ranks number one in the statistics. Getting a free university degree, while learning a foreign language and supplementing your income at the same time,  is one of the great advantages of studying in a socialistic country.

Ms. Lounes describes how to study for free at a French university, while also making a living. Some of her pointers are really useful and I would like to add one myself.

I’ve been told the following by an Asian student, whose aunt lives and works as a music teacher in Paris:

In France, being enrolled for a degree in music at university for at least one year qualifies one to becoming a private music teacher. The French also do not require a finished degree to have you give private lessons to their children or adults.

This would be a good way to supplement your income while studying at university. Ms. Lounes had already pointed out teaching English at various schools, but no mention was made of giving lessons in piano, cello, violin, guitar, etc.

Quote of the Day

Grammar speaks; dialectics teach us truth; rhetoric gives coloring to our speech; music sings; arithmetic numbers; geometry weighs and measures; astronomy teaches us to know the stars.

– Latin Maxim –

Vacancy at Frankfurt International School

Posted 08 Feb 2012

Applications are invited for the following position:

* 80% grade 2 – 5 music teacher at Wiesbaden campus effective 01 August 2012 until 31 July 2013 to replace teacher on parental leave.

Applications should be in writing and directed to Andrea Rosinger with copy to Teresa Dupre within seven working days of this notice.

Vacancy at Frankfurt International School

Posted 8 March 2011

Applications are invited for the following position:

*  Tentative part time (exact workload to be determined) music teacher at Wiesbaden campus effective 1 August 2011 until 31 July 2012

Applications should be in writing and directed to Andrea Rosinger with copy to Rita De La Cruz within seven working days of this notice.

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